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    Robredo urged people to change norm in Filipino politics

    Robredo urged people to change norm in Filipino politics

    Vice President Leni Robredo started the second day of her presidential campaign on Wednesday, February 9, by encouraging people to seize the opportunity to change the kind of politics that has become the norm in the country.

    In Daet, Camarines Norte, Robredo asked the people to unify behind a government that was not driven by politics, but by a will to serve with decency and competence.

    "[Ang] hinihiling ko po sa inyo, magkaisa tayo. Sana po hindi maging dahilan ang politika para magkawatak-watak dahil ang isinusulong naman po natin ang klase ng pamamahala, isang klase ng pamamahala na matino at mahusay,” she said.

    She acknowledged that the elections was the perfect opportunity to make a change in government. They can make that change happen and show leaders the kind of politics and governance the Filipino wanted.

    “[Bawat] eleksyon nililigawan tayo ‘diba? At bawat eleksyon, pagkakataon sana magdala ng pagbabago. pagkakataon ‘yung 2022 elections para piliin natin ‘yung mga lingkod bayan na ang inaasikaso ‘yung tao hindi ang sarili. Kaya dapat po matuto na tayo,” she said.

    “Ang laban pong ito hindi lang po amin. Hindi lang po ito contest ng mga kandidato. Pero ‘yung 2022 elections magdedesisyon, anong klaseng politika saka pamamahala ang gusto nating mamayani dito,” she said.

    Robredo reinforced the brand of governance she wanted to bring to Malacañang.

    “Ang aking pong ino-offer sa inyo, ibang iba naman sa ino-offer sa iba. Ang akin pong klase ng politika pinakita ko kung paano ako as a public servant. Hindi pinagsisilbihan pero siya ‘yung naninilbihan,” said Robredo. [End]

    Posted in Press Releases on Feb 09, 2022